Overture Remastered – A new version of a classic jingle package

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7 Responses

  1. Novell says:

    Wow genius! gives me chills Paul! The magic of the Original overture is still there with a contemporary ooomph!

  2. Len Groat says:

    What a GREAT new version of this package, cutting edge vocals…

    …and the ‘accapella in’ cuts work superbly…

    A fitting tribute to Mr. Tom Merriman.

    Len Groat

  3. Deven says:

    I am impressed–VERY impressed–in the tracks, the vocals, everything. I absolutely love the cymbal swooshes at the ends of cuts 5 and 7. It doesn’t take long to realize they took their time on this remake, and that time most certainly paid off. If this doesn’t sell well I’d be shocked.

  4. Bill Stedman says:

    A personal ‘thank you’ to the whole gang @ TM for their enthusiasm for Overture – both times. Tom Merriman really enjoyed the original assignment & we believe that the updated version also makes him proud.

    The several ‘long distance’ sessions – drums first, guitars next & then the vocals – were a hoot. Great creative people with positive energy that sparkled throughout the recording & mixing process.

    Extra thumbs up to “Studio Dave”!

    You can hear the tracks in context @ majic1027.com via our streaming player.

    …btw, just learned of this site from ChrisUK @ TM & will visit again.

    Be well.


  5. Chris says:

    Gotta say, “Overture” sounds great on WWYW-FM here in northern IL.

    (Live Stream: http://player.streamtheworld.com/_players/nextmedia/?callsign=WWYWFM)

    It’s one of the main reasons why I listen to the station. The folks at TM did an amazing job re-vamping the package!

  6. Tim says:

    Logo cut B – for those from Madison, Wisconsin, this was the news open used on WISM 1480 back in the late 70’s.

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